Monthly Archives: January 2011

Guilty As Sin

Romans 1:18-23 Have you ever found yourself with a bit of knowledge about something and wished you could unknow it? We understand, no matter how simply, that knowledge brings responsibility. Whether that means we act or believe, we must do … Continue reading

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Not Ashamed of the Gospel

Romans 1:16-17 It’s a funny thing when some kids get to bragging about their fathers. Maybe it’s just boys, but there is a sense of pride that goes along with the schoolyard declaration that “my dad is tougher than your … Continue reading

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A Cause for Thanksgiving

Romans 1:8-15 A reputation can be a wonderful or destructive force in the life of a person. Let it be known that one is a scoundrel, and those whom have never met that person may stay clear of them. A … Continue reading

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Why Do You Believe?

Romans 1:1-7 Introductions are a necessary thing when someone or something is not known to the audience.  Those whom sit in the presence of the popular and the famous need no such introductions, and merely wait for the pleasantries to … Continue reading

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